There is a way to win this battle against drug and alcohol abuse once and for all; here at Addiction Advocates, we can show you how.
It’s not possible to recover from drug or alcohol addiction with medication alone, it’s essential that you receive professional support at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation like ours in Boston to achieve a long-term recovery.
When you’re battling an addiction, it can significantly affect your way of life. The awful affects which come with drug and alcohol abuse are extremely damaging to your physical and psychological health leaving you at higher risk of developing life-changing conditions.
Addiction is an all-consuming disease which puts immense pressure on your relationships with family and friends as you become less interested in social activities and solely interested in your next ‘fix’.
Don’t let drug and alcohol addiction take control of your life. Take the first step to living a happier, healthier life free from substance abuse, call us today on 0800 012 6088, text HELP to 83222, or send us an email at email@example.com.
How do you get started with your residential addiction treatment?
At our drug and alcohol rehab in Boston, we deliver the most effective therapy techniques which are all evidence-based to ensure all of our clients receive the highest quality of care.
To get started, all you need to do is give us a call, text, or email to discuss our treatment options.
If you’re happy to proceed, we will invite you to undergo a pre-screening assessment where we can gain a better understanding of your physical and psychological health along with your medical background.
This process doesn’t take too long and can be done over the phone or in person. It’s handled with the utmost discretion to ensure your privacy throughout.
Not only does this assessment give you the opportunity to ask any further questions you might have, it’s also greatly beneficial for our recovery team to get an insight into which therapies will work best for you, allowing them to create the most effective treatment programme, completely personalised to you.
From here, we can look at setting a date for you to join us at our drug and alcohol rehab in Boston.
You will follow a structured induction process where you can familiarise yourself with our luxurious private drug and alcohol rehab centre and other clients who are undergoing residential addiction treatment.
What can you do if you’re concerned about a loved one?
The process of encouraging a loved one to join a rehab for drug and alcohol abuse is fairly similar to a self-referral.
If you’re concerned about a friend or family member and think they could benefit from drug and alcohol rehabilitation, then we have an intervention service where we can step in and act as a mediator to encourage admission into our treatment centre.
When someone is experiencing the damaging effects of addiction, it’s likely that they’ll be unwilling to accept help or even be in denial about their condition.
If you’re unable to get through to them and motivate them to seek support directly, then you can use our family and friend referral service.
Watching someone that you love, experience the destruction of drug or alcohol addiction is extremely tough, you can truly make a difference to the quality of their life by getting in touch with us.
Referring them to a rehab for drug and alcohol abuse could be just what they need to realise they do need support to overcome their addiction.
Once you’ve contacted us about your loved one, we will request further details about their addiction to help us understand more about the effects they’re dealing with, we can then recommend the next steps for their drug and alcohol rehabilitation.
What treatments do we deliver at our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse?
Whilst all of our clients receive a unique residential addiction treatment, we do have some therapies which we regularly utilise in most cases as they’ve proven to be so valuable.
We’re likely to recommend a drug and alcohol detoxification during the early phase of your treatment.
This is a highly effective method in removing the harmful toxins from your body, resulting a physical and psychological cleanse from drug and alcohol abuse.
It’s important to bear in mind that drug and alcohol detoxification is only effective when undertaken in a professional, rehabilitation environment.
If you were to attempt a detox in any other setting, you’re putting yourself at high risk of developing life-threatening conditions from serious withdrawal symptoms as you won’t be benefiting from the expert support of our exceptional recovery workers.
We also deliver cognitive behavioural therapy, counselling, stress management, mindfulness, relaxation and sleep management, yoga, and fitness therapy.
Receiving a well-balanced combination of these therapies will give you the best opportunity to achieve a successful long-term recovery.
Drug and alcohol aftercare programme
We’ll continue to support your recovery even after you’ve left our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse.
Our committed aftercare team will be there to help you adjust your new behaviours to your home life, making the transition as smooth as possible.
Just as your residential addiction treatment programme is personalised to you, your drug and alcohol aftercare programme will also be bespoke.
With dedicated helplines ensuring immediate access to advice and guidance, we can also arrange additional therapy sessions if required to aid your ongoing recovery.
Not only do we continue to support you, our expert knowledge and expertise extends to supporting your friends and family too.
We can provide them with drug and alcohol relapse prevention tools which will enable them to identify your triggers and prevent any potential relapses.
If you’re ready to commit to this highly rewarding experience, get in touch with us today on 0800 012 6088, text HELP to 83222, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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